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re-assembly of my 64

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by da new feller, Mar 12, 2008.

  1. da new feller

    da new feller ArboristSite Member

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    i would like to thank all of you that took the time to hook me up with the 064 service manual. without even starting it after the re-assembly i took it to work today. i choked it and the first rip of the cord it fired up. i couldn't get over to this 28" dia. doug fir log fast enough. i started the cut, and it fell right on its face. while cutting i adjusted the carb and it just ripped. when i got through the first cut it died. so what i'm saying is that after all the time i had just invested, i didn't accomplish a damn thing. now i'm looking for a carb for it. if anyone nows a place to get stihl parts, such as 064 carbs, at a fairly reasonable price or have one they wood be willing to part with i am interested. if you have a pay-pal acct. it's SAFE, free and easy to get set up to be able credit card payment or just as easy transfere from my acct. to yours.

    thanks again, you guys are :cheers: awesome,:cheers:

    Jon
     
  2. stihltech

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    It could be the carb, but there are very few bad ones. I would go over supply with a fine tooth comb again first.
     
  3. Lakeside53

    Lakeside53 Stihl Wrenching

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    If nothing is obvious with the carb, or fuel lines (do you a have the 2 piece version?) pressure test the saw...
     

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